Will there be an Apple TV app? If I ever decide to play PC games, I can stream it to my TV. Or play it in a web browser in Linux.
In the fourth quarter, for Apple TV, PS4 is pending approval. Why so long for Apple TV? I don’t want to turn my PS4 on, that’s to much work, and the Apple TV is on 24/7.
Oh and apparently the Switch is getting it too. Might work remotely, not if you have Comcast, you need a 12 Mbps upload speed, Comcast gives you 6.
Unless you pay Comcast for 1000 Mbps internet, I won’t pay them anymore money then they already get. Does the 400 Mbps plan have more then 6 Mbps upload? And does it have a 1 TB limit? If it does, it’s useless. Just think how quickly you can use 1 TB with 400 Mbps. The 1000 Mbps is $160 a month. There’s a cheaper 1000 Mbps plan, no idea why. Also, you have to search for the terms, to find if there’s a limit. Most people ordering, won’t know if they don’t read, and never heard of Comcast.
Their site sucks. They don’t want you to know which plans have that limit.
Yup, only 1000 Mbps has no limit. You can pay another $50 for it. I won’t, as I still won’t get 12 Mbps upload, not with my plan.
Their prepaid internet apparently has no data limit.
What the fuck is the point in more then 3 Mbps with a 1 TB limit? Good idea, cancel Comcast, get prepaid internet, and zero limit according to their site. That’s $45 a month, and only 20 Mbps. Shitty pricing, I pay $40 for 60 Mbps. Or more then 60 Mbps, depending on the speed test.
You must be at least 18 years of age, live in a Comcast-ready home, and be in an area where this service is offered. Also, your address cannot have an active Comcast or Xfinity account. Check here to see if Xfinity Prepaid Service is currently available at your address.
You got to cancel first. You have to buy their wireless gateway shit though, I got a modem.
I bet it wouldn’t work, I’d cancel Comcast, get the prepaid kit, and it would say I don’t qualify. There’s no overages on prepaid. So they might just shut your internet down if you use more then 1 TB. But their other site says it doesn’t apply to Prepaid internet, but farther down, doesn’t say that.